Burhan Khalid wrote: > I'm trying to setup Tomcat for a client who has an application that > requires a custom SSL certificate. I have installed the certificate > successfully, installed a test SSL certificate from Thawte successfully, and > verified connectivity to the payment gateway's servers. > > However, the JSP script still refuses to connect. "refuses to connect" -- is there an exception being thrown? Is there anything in any of the logs (catalina.out, or...)? Have you added any debug statements and try/catch blocks to the JSP? Do you have Ethereal or comparable running to watch the traffic? > After a long email > discussion with both the developer (at the gateway provider) and my client, > I got the following email message today: > > "Can you replace the "resource.cgn" file for 443 with the "resource.cgn" > file for 80 (normal HTTP connection)? Restart and try to order on your site. > Please let me know of the results. Thanks." > > I've been googling for an hour but can't seem to find what this file is, > and how I'm supposed to integrate it into Tomcat. When the application was > initially installed, this file was simply added under the webapps/ directory > for the application (in this case ROOT), but I'm not sure how I can setup as > the email states. Can anyone help? Sorry, are you saying you can find this file, but don't know what to do with it? Or you can't find it? A few more specifics would help... :-) -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-938-0567 === http://webtuitive.com dream. code.